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The name “Northern Virginia” does not seem to have been used in the early history of the area. According to Johnston, some early documents and land grants refer to the “Northern Neck of Virginia” (see Northern Neck Proprietary), and they describe an area which began on the east at the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay and includes a territory that extended west, including all the land between the Potomac and Rappahannock rivers, with a western boundary called the Fairfax line. The Fairfax line, surveyed in 1746, ran from the first spring of the Potomac (still marked today by the Fairfax Stone) to the first spring of the Rappahannock, at the head of the Conway River. The Northern Neck was composed of 5,282,000 acres (21,380 km2), and was larger in area than five of the modern U.S. states.
Early development of the northern portion of Virginia was in the easternmost area of that early land grant, which encompasses the modern counties of Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland. At some point, these eastern counties came to be called separately simply “the Northern Neck”, and, for the remaining area west of them, the term was no longer used. (By some definitions, King George County is also included in the Northern Neck, which is now considered a separate region from Northern Virginia.
One of the most prominent early mentions of “Northern Virginia” (sans the word Neck) as a title was the naming of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the American Civil War (1861–1865). Defining “Northern Virginia”
A map of the former Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia, DC-MD-VA-WV Combined Statistical Area
The most common definition of Northern Virginia includes those counties and independent cities on the Virginia side of the Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia Combined Statistical Area. In 2010 this included the counties of Arlington, Clarke, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, King George, Loudoun, Prince William, Spotsylvania, Stafford, and Warren, and the independent cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Manassas, and Manassas Park.
Businesses, governments and non-profit agencies may define the area considered “Northern Virginia” differently for various purposes. Beyond the areas closest to Washington, D.C., many communities also have close economic ties, as well as important functional ones regarding transportation issues such as roads, railroads, and airports…Read more on N. Virginia at Wikipedia.
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We had our bathtub resurfaced this summer. The installer was very professional and friendly. The bathroom is used Everyday by two teenage boys and the tub still looks great. We highly recommend this service.
Thanks guys! Glad we could be of assistance. Thanks for your business and review. Paul Burns | Bathrenovationhq.com
I'm very happy with the resurfacing work completed!
Really appreciate your review and business, Thanks Paul Burns | Bathrenovationhq.com
Our new acrylic tub had been banged up by a previous contractor. Rather than replacing it, our new contractor recommended Porcelain Tub Restorations. They were professional, courteous and PERFECT! Tub looks like new! Couldn’t be more pleased.
Thanks Carrie, glad we could take care of your tub problems. Appreciate the review and your business. Paul Burns | BathRenovationHQ.com
Please let whomever needs to know, that Jelani Green is the man. I would hire him in a heart beat for my company. Please let the owner know he needs to make sure to take of him, because we know how hard good employees are to find and he is one that you could consider family!
As for the warranty side of things, am grateful in the time-frame that you made it happen.
Many thanks the tub looks great!
Thanks Jeffrey, I'll let Jelanie know! He's been with us for 14 years now. Thanks for your Review and Business. Paul Burns | BathRenovationHQ
My experience with them was excellent. I wish I had done this years earlier. Our tub is good as brand new now and I love the grab-bars they installed. The sense of security they provide when showering in a slippery tub is priceless.
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